After decades serving socialites and well-heeled clientele at the Galleria-area Café Annie, Chef Robert del Grande has opted for a change up. In late June 2009, the founding father of Southwestern cuisine shuttered the famous Cafe Annie restaurant, only to reopen a new, reinvigorated version weeks later just down the road.
In his new two-story spot, del Grande opts for a more casual, club-like atmosphere where he brings two restaurant venues together in one space. On the second floor, Bar Annie's bar menu remains a wildly successful concept imported from the original Cafe Annie. There’s also a more traditional sit-down dining space, Restaurant RDG, offering guests prime steaks and seafood.
Expect a menu loaded with a mix of newly developed dishes, revamped culinary creations, as well as favorites like the tortilla soup and coffee-crusted filet mignon rescued from Café Annie and Bar Annie.
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